The mixed-use development by SAA Architects is the first project in Singapore to replace the green landscape by more than 122 per cent.
At a soaring height of 290 metres, the integrated mixed-use development will take on the title of Singapore’s tallest building when it’s completed in 2016.
Nicky Lobo caught up with one half of the Bouroullec duo, Ronan, at this year’s iSalone in Milan, and discovered a Frenchman with a cheeky sense of humour.
Nicky Lobo caught up with the Australian designer at this year’…
The newly revamped dining establishment in Singapore combines Ind…
Paul Ocolisan, Regional Creative Director of e2, tells us how the…
Quality manufacturing and exceptional design go into the making o…
Historical roots, the present, and everything else in between factor in this refurbishment by VW+BS writes Rachel Lee-Leong.
Reinventing Architecture: Ben Van Berkel
Ben Van Berkel discusses hybridising objects and buildings and lets in on why it’s a good thing that more students are choosing architecture as their field of study.
A house by CHANG Architects employs a clear language of framing to engage its context.
LAUD Architect's Clear Approach
In Cubes' October/November issue, we featured Singapore Life Church by LAUD Architects. Here, we find out more about the Singaporean practice.
Ong&Ong’s monograph on its shophouse conservation projects goes beyond pretty pictures and good paper stock.
Kvadrat’s General Manager for Asia speaks to Luo Jingmei about the iconic textile brand from Denmark.
Cubes brings readers the best of commercial and residential architecture and design in Singapore.
Alongside a well-curated selection of stories on products, culture and industry-leading personalities, the publication provides a unique Asian voice in the world of design on a bi-monthly basis.
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Did You Miss?
Ministry of Design had an eventful 2012 with an impressive range of projects in Singapore and beyond. Its Director of Design Colin Seah reflects on the past year, and tells us what we can expect from the award-winning studio in 2013.
See how the fort-like head office of Archohm in India reflects the firm’s ‘mad and fun’ design philosophy.
Tell us what you want and stand the chance to win this stunning Louis Poulsen Panthella table lamp, courtesy of Space Furniture.
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